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Apr 16, 2013 7:00pm EDT
to the shrapnel spray. the i.e.d.s have been popular with terrorists. al qaeda published a how-to recipe in an on-line magazine. several of the bombs were used in the 2006 attack on trains in mumbai india. in 2004 and 2010, the department of homeland security warned law enforcement that pressure cooker bombs could present a threat in the u.s. in the failed time square attack in may 2010, a pressure cooker was found amid the bomb component in the back of the suspect's s.u.v. but the use of pressure cooker bombs does not necessarily point to an international terror connection. the f.b.i. still can't rule out a domestic cell or lone wolf. and at the moment investigators have no solid leads on who might be responsible. the f.b.i. is studying surveillance videos and photos hoping to spot the bomber in the crowd. and lead agent rick deslauriers is appealing for the public's help. >> we are asking anyone who may have heard someone speak about the marathon or the date of april 15 in anyway that indicated that he or she may target the event to call us. someone knows who did this. >> reporter: investigator
Apr 16, 2013 7:00am EDT
together yet. >> representative peter king from long island says it has the hallmarks of an al qaeda attack. >> i think when you look at that you have to go to your inspire magazine al qaeda's online publication where they have instructions for these bombs. you see these simple bombs. it certainly does that. to be on balance, you also will see that these are not sophisticated devices. we've seen the same kind of devices in domestic terror. >> no clear evidence that anyone subjected this was going to happen and secondly no one has taken credit for it at this time. norah? >> that's right, john miller. thank you. and charlie. as you heard, eyewitnesses say it was a horrific scene at the marathon finish line. medical tents set up at the end of the race were turned into emergency rooms. don, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. victims were brought to seven boston area hospitals including mass general that took in 29 of them, eight of whom here are listed in critical condition for a total of 17 around the area. as word of the bombings came out, the hospitals quickl
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